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Fforest Fawr exploration header Exploring the Larch Disease in Fforest Fawr with Natural Resources Wales - I was invited to explore Fforest Fawr with Martyn Evans, Senior Advisor Team Leader at Natural Resources Wales (NRW) to see how larch disease has spread through the local woodland. He explained how NRW are going to control the threat and manage the harvesting of the affected trees. Follow @mytongwynlais We met at the gates ... more...
Tongwynlais Coryton federation header Tongwynlais and Coryton Primary Schools Consult on Federation - The Governing Bodies of Tongwynlais and Coryton Primary Schools have met and agreed to consult on a proposal to federate. The first stage of the consultation is an informal event at the Holiday Inn on Monday September 11th between 6-8pm. Parents were sent information home in July. In case you’ve mislaid it, I’ve uploaded English ... more...
Fforest Fawr meetings header Representatives Meet with Natural Resources Wales to Discuss Fforest Fawr - County Councillors and our Member of Parliament have met with Natural Resources Wales to discuss the larch trees in Fforest Fawr. The Whitchurch and Tongwynlais Councillors posted an article on 23 August 2017 titled, “Trees at Forest Fawr – Don’t Panic!”. It states, “We had a reassuring meeting with representatives of Natural Resource Wales yesterday ... more...
Cardiff Rocks! header Cardiff Rocks! - Guest post by Janine Wadlow Who doesn’t love hide and seek? “What can we do today Mum?” my eldest asked me. “I’m not sure, it’s raining, again!” At that moment I had a Facebook notification and had a quick look at what it was. My sister-in-law had added me to a group called “Love on ... more...
Fforest Fawr larch disease Natural Resources Wales to Remove Infected Larch Trees from Fforest Fawr - Natural Resources Wales have announced plans to remove approximately 4,000 infected larch trees from Fforest Fawr. Preparatory work will begin next month to prune and prepare the trees. Harvesting will begin in September 2018 and work is likely to continue through to 2021. Access will not be restricted during the initial preparation and harvesting will ... more...